Rascular announced new comprehensive support for Elemental Live.
Rascular has announced that its control and media management technologies now provide comprehensive support for Elemental Live.
Rascular is providing manual and automated control as well as media management via multiple products. Helm, which is a user customisable control/monitoring system that facilitates the creation and deployment of PC-based, application-specific control panels, addresses the manual control requirements. It will provide control of multiple functions including: static image keyers; “Motion Image” keyers; input selection; stream display and audio metering; image preview; and single/multi-channel operation.
Automated control is provided by Helm’s Clockwork module. This scheduling system can be used for scheduled control of Elemental Live, either for time‐of‐day control or running simple playlists. Static keyer, “Motion Image” keyer and input selection are all controllable via Helm Clockwork.
Media management is being provided by Rascular’s Mediant and Mediant Automation Module. The former is primarily a branding media management tool providing drag and drop media management, while the latter provides automatic management of secondary event media based on third-party playlist information.
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